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Old 01-13-2016, 09:38 PM   #1
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Hydraulics trick

A couple of weeks ago, I blew a tire in Georgia and it knocked out my hydraulics. I'm guessing it did something to the wiring going to the rear sensor, so I can't use any part of my leveling system. I can however still operate my slides as normal. I was raising my front end to hook up using my drill. I stopped and went inside to pull my living room slides in and they didn't move. I heard the pump working though. When I went outside, my front end was all the way down. I pushed the button the other way and they went back up. When I got to where we were going, I did the same thing. it worked until it got a lot of resistance then the slide started to move. But it sure saved a lot of time on my knees.
Fulltimers? Loving our 2012 36RL towed by 2016 Ram 3500 DRW Longhorn Crew cab with auto level system.
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